While the current consensus is that this Holy Name was more likely pronounced "Yahweh,". The language used is Basic English. Basic English, produced by Mr.
Ogden of the Orthological Institute, is a simple form of the English language, which with words, is able to give the sense of anything, which may be said in English. By the addition of 50 Special Bible words and the use of words listed as giving most help in the reading of English verse, this number has been increased to for the purpose of putting the Bible into Basic English.
In this undertaking, the latest ideas and discoveries in connection with the work of putting the Bible into other languages were taken into account, and when the Basic form was complete a Committee formed by the Syndics of the Cambridge University Press reviewed it in detail. The Basic Bible, which in this way was watched over by two separate groups of experts through its different stages, is designed to be used wherever the English language has taken root.
Frequently, the narrow limits of the word-list make it hard to keep the Basic completely parallel with the Hebrew and the Greek; but great trouble has been taken with every verse and every line to make certain that there are no errors of sense and no loose wording. These are English translations of a collation done on his earlier German and French translations.
Both are posthumous, as John Nelson Darby himself died in The Douay Version is the foundation on which nearly all English Catholic versions are still based. It was translated by Gregory Martin, an Oxford-trained scholar, working in the circle of English Catholic exiles on the Continent, under the sponsorship of William later Cardinal Allen. The translation, although competent, exhibited a taste for Latinisms that was not uncommon in English writing of the time but has seemed excessive in the eyes of later generations. The NT influenced the Authorized Version.
This edition of the text was been converted from the edition of the John Murphy Company, Baltimore, Maryland. In that stream, faithfulness to the text and vigorous pursuit of accuracy were combined with simplicity, beauty, and dignity of expression. Our goal has been to carry forward this legacy for a new century. To this end each word and phrase in the ESV has been carefully weighed against the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek, to ensure the fullest accuracy and clarity and to avoid under-translating or overlooking any nuance of the original text.
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The words and phrases themselves grow out of this Tyndale-King James legacy. Archaic language has been brought to current usage and significant corrections have been made in the translation of key texts. But throughout, our goal has been to retain the depth of meaning and enduring language that have made their indelible mark on the English-speaking world and have defined the life and doctrine of the church over the last four centuries. Used by permission. Noah Webster's Translation Noah Webster's enduring fame is as a lexicographer, but his last major work, a revision of the King James Bible KJB , is one of the few versions of the Bible published between and when the Revised Version Old Testament and New Testament appeared not to have sunk into total oblivion.
Webster's Bible is a light revision in that for the most part it reads like the KJB; indeed, it is probably too light. Webster did not always revise where he probably should have. Niphal to be slain C.
Piel i. It is NOT a sin to kill in self-defense. It is NOT a sin to kill by accident. It is NOT a sin to kill the enemy within a war. GOD sent many nations into war. NASB 1 John For there are three that testify: 8 the Spirit and the water and the blood; and the three are in agreement. And there are three that testify on earth, the Spirit". It did not appear in ANY bible until the 10th century or later. Those words have been added by man over time. NASB stays true to the original Scriptures. KJV adds to the original Scriptures. See the verse in the Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus.
Two of the oldest Bibles on the Planet. This helps the reader to realize that scripture is being quoted and helps in understanding and study. The original Greek New Testament capitalized every word and every letter of scripture. The NASB is more true to original scripture. Two Catholic monks invented the name of "Jehovah" around AD. It never appeared in any Bible version until after that time. Click Here for proof and more information. There, they continued to accept Babylonian religious traditions and doctrines.
They also adopted the Assyrian language of Aramaic. Jesus and the Apostles used the Greek Septuagint, taught from it and quoted it.
The Apostles then wrote the New Testament in Greek. The Codex Vaticanus from the year A. It is called Vaticanus only because the Vatican has that bible on it's shelves at the Vatican. But they did NOT write it. It is NOT a production of the Vatican. It is written in the exact manner and language that the Apostles would have written in. And correctly translates it as "grave" in 1 Cor. The word "hades" appears in 11 verses in the original New Testament writings. It means the Grave and deserves to be either kept as the original word or else translated as the "grave" to avoid confusion over doctrines related to hell.
The Old Testament word "sheol" also means the grave and has nothing to do with a place of fire. The NASB again stays true to the original scriptures. See article "Truth about Heaven and Hell, What happens when you die". KJV Mark "Because it entereth not into his heart, but into the belly, and goeth out into the draught, purging all meats? NASB Mark "because it does not go into his heart, but into his stomach, and is eliminated?
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